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PANDORA'S TRENDSETTERS CHART: STATION TO STATION

New-school Atlantic lad band Why Don't We sits at #2 on Pandora's new Trendsetters Chart, averaging 7k station adds but likely to grow, particularly as WDW moves up it radio imapct. The group is undoubtedly looking over its collective shoulder at the SYCO/Columbia-bred Pretty Much, which looks set to be a fierce competitor for the hearts of fans.

Meanwhile, Interscope's gifted Brit troubadour Michael Kiwanuka, who rode his Big Little Lies sync for "Cold Little Heart" to big action, returns to the chart at #12, buoyed by a CBS This Morning "Saturday Session"; his artist-station adds jumped 67% this week. 

In other Trendsetter chart action, BMLG's Midland moves up to #3 in its 12th week, hip-hop intoxicant Smokepurpp rises to #5, Pepperhill's country troublemaker Wheeler Walker Jr. raises a ruckus at #7 and viral wonder Chris Stylez moves up 11 spots to #8. 

In case you weren't familiar with Stylez, the Canadian-born, NYC-based R&B vocalist first took off on Vine last year and is inspiring about 3k artist station adds per week.

Peep the whole chart here.

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